The Trafficware system from Cubic will bring traffic network data into a single repository to provide the city with a 360-degree view of transportation operations.
The city of Livermore, California, has selected Trafficware to deliver its ATMS transportation management system to help manage traffic across the city. Trafficware operates within the Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) business division
The agreement includes services to install as well as integrate existing and new intersection traffic controllers citywide.
Livermore is part of San Francisco Bay Area’s Tri-Valley, which also includes the cities of Dublin, Pleasanton and San Ramon. The Cubic system will bring traffic network data into a single repository to provide the city with a real-time, 360-degree view of transportation operations.
From the latest connected vehicle technologies, web-based tools like signal performance measures, to the system dashboard that provides business intelligence, Trafficware’s ATMS aims to help smart cities address the challenges of transportation management.
“We are very proud to be able to enhance the travel experience and quality of life for citizens in the cities we serve through the deployment of our advanced traffic technologies,” said Jeff Spinazze, vice president of business development for Trafficware, Cubic Transportation Systems.
“As a community with a reputation for embracing advanced technologies, we look forward to delivering the most advanced traffic management system in the world to the city of Livermore.”
ATMS is designed to enable cities to progress their smart city plans and accommodate future expansion of the use of connected/autonomous vehicles. It includes: SynchroGreen adaptive signal control; transit signal priority (TSP) for buses; and Internet of Things (IoT) edge technologies to measure and improve the overall flow of traffic. It is designed to scale as an agency expands its specific needs.
Trafficware claims it has more than 300 major ATMS installations with hardware and software products deployed at some 50,000 intersections globally. Cities including Houston, Jacksonville, Oklahoma City, New Haven, Orlando and Cairo, Egypt, have deployed the ATMS system for transportation networks as well as the states of New York, Louisiana and South Carolina.
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